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Cloud Cannabis opens Macomb County's first marijuana dispensary for in-person service


In-person sales at Cloud Cannabis' Utica location. - COURTESY OF CLOUD CANNABIS
  • Courtesy of Cloud Cannabis
  • In-person sales at Cloud Cannabis' Utica location.

No, your head is not in the clouds.

Macomb County, home of Jobbie Nooner, the Golden Butthole, Kid Rock's childhood mansion, and now, its first adult-use recreational marijuana dispensary, thanks to Michigan-based provisioning center Cloud Cannabis.

Cloud Cannabis, which operates provisioning centers in Ann Arbor, Muskegon, Traverse City, and, soon, Detroit, opened its Utica location (44115 Van Dyke Ave.) for curbside in May, but, as of Wednesday, Macomb's first dispensary is officially for in-person service.

Per a press release, the Utica location features a "spectrum of effects" wall which highlights color-coded products spanning those strains that produce high-energy effects to products that aid in sleep and relaxation.

Cloud Cannabis Utica is open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. seven days a week.

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